Is your Gmail space already full, and don’t have space to get new mail? Here’s how you can clear your Gmail storage for new emails.
After an update, a Google account can only store up to 15 GB of free data. In addition to Gmail, data from Google Photos, Google Drive, and other services also fall under the designated location. Once the data approaches the 15GB limit, you get a notification that the storage is about to fill up.
Clear Gmail Storage Within Seconds
Method 1: Delete Large Emails
The first way is to delete large emails and simplify your storage on Gmail. For this, you have to follow these steps:-
Delete Large Emails on Phone (Android/iPhone)
Step 1: Open Gmail App on your phone
Step 2: Tap on the search bar
Step 3: Type: attachment larger:10MB or you can type any size in that place.
Step 4: All mail with a size greater than 10 megabytes will appear in the mailbox.
Step 5: Select all these emails and unmark the ones that are important. Then press the delete button.
Step 6: Go to the Trash folder, and press the ‘Empty Trash’ button.
Delete Large Emails on PC
Step 1: Go to the gmail.com
Step 2: Type on the search bar: attachment larger:10MB or you can type any size in that place.
Step 3: All mail with a size greater than 10 megabytes or what you have put, will appear in the mailbox.
Step 4: Select all emails and unmark the emails which are important. Then press the delete button.
Step 5: Now go to the Trash folder, and press the ‘Empty Trash’ button.
Method 2: Unsubscribe Promotional and Newsletter Emails
This is another way to get rid of extra space due to unimportant emails. Often promotional mail and newsletters some of which are of no use and are filling up storage space unnecessarily. All you have to do is open these emails and select the ‘Unsubscribe’ button below them. A pop window will appear, just select the ‘Unsubscribe’ option again.
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